Comprehensive Wraparound Social Services for High-Risk Teen Parents & Their Families

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The EMU Wraparound Project served clients from March 2009 to December 2010. The project was a community-based, collaborative program that used a strengths-based “wraparound” approach to support high-risk teen parents and their families in Washtenaw and Oakland Counties.  Click on the items above to learn more about the project, learn about our partners, find links to related resources, or contact project staff.  We hope that you find the information you are looking for. 

October, 2010
This month, we were happy to invite our mentors and clients, and their families, to a Fall Outing! Read More.

August, 2010
Our clients have voiced their need to learn more about budgeting and financial management. To meetthis need, we partnered with the University of Michigan Credit Union to provide a budget workshop for our clients in both Washtenaw and Oakland counties. Read More.

February, 2010
The EMU Wraparound Project is happy to welcome two new staff members! Due to prudent use of funds, we were able to reallocate monies to hire a much needed part-time wraparound facilitator for each county. Read More.

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